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Thread: What Was The Last Movie You Watched?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Touchofevil View Post
    Unfortunately, I caught the tail end of it on TCM tonight. Somehow, I have never seen all of it. Like what I have seen.
    See the whole thing then:
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Ha ha ha
    Great idea! I have no idea
    why haven't I had that thought heretofore.
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    Last night one of my boys (one of our 7 year old triplets) cut his toe and needed a few stitches.... He woke up in the middle of the night, couldn't fall asleep and wanted to watch a movie with dad.... I asked him what he wanted to watch and he answered, "The one with Polly Perkins and Joe... 90206". Which for those unfamiliar, is characters and a line mentioning an "emergency protocol" in the movie Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow.

    Very cute and such a trooper... Now I'll always remember that movie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhermann1 View Post
    Finally, finally, finally saw My Man Godfrey, with my main man William Powell and the wonderful Carole Lombarde.
    Good flick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhermann1 View Post
    Finally, finally, finally saw My Man Godfrey, with my main man William Powell and the wonderful Carole Lombarde.
    Great film, crackling dialogue and some of the finest character actors available at the time. Good movie. Not quite a "stop and drop" but close. "Stop and drop" is a term I made up for films that, if they're on when you pass the tube, are so compelling that you stop what you're doing and drop down in the seat. Or stand there with your car keys in your hands and wind up late for something.

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    I have tuned into the middle of Godfrey so many times, and switched away because I wanted to see it from the beginning. Well worth it. Tho I must say, I think Powell, much as I adore him, was a little old for the part. I can well imagine a 20 something being suicidally depressed after a fractured romance, but not a man in his 40's.
    I must say, I really liked Gail Patrick as the mean sister, and the redoubtable Eugene Pallette as the father.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicEraTom View Post
    Just watched this a few weeks ago. I really liked it.
    Danny Green was an interesting and brave character, just not a good idea to take on the Mob!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Touchofevil View Post
    Ha ha ha
    Great idea! I have no idea
    why haven't I had that thought heretofore.
    I find all kinds of old movies on there. I watched Disney's Robin Hood on it with my sons. The pauses while I find the next part makes them pay attention more.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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    Watching Double Indemnity, starring Fred MacMuray, Barbara Stanwyck and Edward G. Robinson tonight!
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    I think I'll go fo a Bulldog Drummond movie or two tonight.
    People think they are so rebellious and original, when really they are just banal, boring and dumb.

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